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from the National Agriculture Library

All of the resources listed listed below compiled by Jane Gates.

National Agriculture Library (NAL) Call Numbers are listed in brackets

Anthony, K.R.M., J. Meadley, and G.Robbelen. 1993. New crops for temperate regions. 1st ed. Chapman & Hall, London, New York. [SB160.N49-1993]

Arkel, H. 1982? The identification and introduction of a new crop in the highlands of Kenya. v. 1. Wageningen, The Netherlands. [SB187.K4A6]

Beech, D. and F. Brisbane. 1992. Crop economics: a program for assessing the economic viability of new crops.: CSIRO Division of Tropical Crops and Pastures. [SB193.3.A8T7-no.77]

Council for Agricultural Science and Technology. 1984. Development of new crops: needs, procedures, strategies, and options. Ames, IA. [S22.C6-no.102. S22.C6-no.102]

CSIRO Division of Tropical Crops and Pastures. 1992. Cropsieve: A computer program to select out potential new crops. St. Lucia, Brisbane. [SB193.3.A8T7-no.71]

Dailey, C. L., K.M. Abotteen, and J.D. Nichols. 1980. Corn/soybean decision logic: Improvements and new crops. USDA. Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, NASA, Tech. Rep. Houston, TX. [S494.5.R4D353]

Dary, C. 1991. Traditional women and new crops. (Mujeres tradicionales y nuevos cultivos.) FLACSO, Guatemala. [HD6073.A292G93-1991]

Hoyle, F.C. 1992. A review of four potential new crops for Australian agriculture: Amaranthus caudata, Chenopodium quinoa, Grindelia camporum and Stevia rebaudiana. Division of Plant Industries, Dept. of Agriculture, South Perth, W.A., Australia. [SB87.A82W4-1992]

Janick, J. and J.E. Simon (eds.). 1990. Advances in new crops. Timber Press, Portland, OR. [SB160.N38-1988]

Janick, J. and J.E. Simon (eds.). 1993. New crops. Wiley, New York. [SB160.N38-1991]

Jessop, R.S., and R.L. Wright. 1991. New crops: agronomy and potential of alternative crop species. Inkata Press, Melbourne, Australia. [SB160.N48-1991]

Karow, R.S. 1990. Cropping alternatives: a questionnaire for evaluating a new cropping enterprise. Oregon State Univ. Extension Service, Corvallis. [100-Or3M-no.838-1990]

Karow, R.S., W.R. Rogers, and R. Penhallegon. 1989. Cropping alternatives: A questionnaire for evaluating a new cropping enterprise. Oregon State Univ. Extension Service. Corvallis. [100-Or3M-no.838]

Knox, E.G. and A.A. Theisen. 1981 Feasibility of introducing new crops: Production--marketing--consumption (PMC). Soil and Land Use Tech. Rodale, Emmans, PA. [SB176.U5F43]

Kugler, D.E. 1988. Kenaf newsprint: realizing commercialization of a new crop after four decades of research and development: A report on the Kenaf Demonstration Project. United States. Cooperative State Research Service. Special Projects and Program Systems. Washington, DC. [aHD9156.K662U55]

Naqvi, H.H., A.I. Estilai, and I.P. Ting. 1992. Proceedings New industrial crops and products. Int. Conference on New Industrial Crops and Products. Association for the Advancement of Industrial Crops. Riverside, CA. [SB160.I57-1990]

National Research Council (U.S.). 1985. Jojoba: new crop for arid lands, new raw material for industry. Advisory Committee on Technology Innovation. Ad Hoc Panel. Washington, D.C. National Academy Press. [SB299.J6J62]

North Carolina State Univ. Dept. of Crop Science. 1987. New crops memo. North Carolina State Univ., Raleigh. [SB187.U6N48]

Okojie, J.A., D.U.U. Okali. 1993. Lost crops of Nigeria: Implications for food security: Proc. Seminar Univ. Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria, 21st-22nd May 1992. [SB16.N6L67-1993]

Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station. 1987. Alfalfa, corn, melons, mint, small grains and new crop research. Oregon State Univ. Corvallis, OR. [100-OR3M-no.814]

Russell, J.S. 1992. A global market analysis of FAO data as a guide to selection of potential new crops for Australia. CSIRO Division of Tropical Crops and Pastures. Brisbane. [SB193.3.A8T7-no.75]

Thalacker, B. 1992. Cultivation methods for newly introduced vegetable species. Anbauverfahren fur Neu Eingefuhrte Gemusearten. Institut fur Gemuse und Zierpflanzenbau Grossbeeren Erfurt. Braunschweig. [SB323.A52-1992]

Tisdell, C.A. 1988. Diversification and stability implications of new crop varieties: Theoretical and empirical evidence. Dept. of Economics, Univ. Newcastle, Resource and Development Group. N.S.W., Australia. [HC611.A5N4-no.158]

United States. Dept. of Agriculture. 1992? New crops, new uses, new markets: industrial and commercial products from U.S. agriculture. Industrial and commercial products from U.S. agriculture. Office of Publishing and Visual Communication. Washington, DC. [1-Ag84Y-1992]

Univ. Missouri. Agricultural Experiment Station. 1990. Economic development via new crops/products from agriculture. Report of seminar on agricultural marketing and policy, College of Agriculture and Extension Division Univ. Missouri, Columbia. [100-M693Sp-no.422]

Vienna, A. Nebraska Cooperative Extension Service. 1989. Alternative crops for Nebraska. (1st ed.). Plant domestication by induced mutation. Proc. Advisory Group Meeting on the Possible Use of Mutation Breeding for Rapid Domestication of New Crop Plants.Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Univ. Nebraska-Lincoln, Int. Atomic Energy Agency. [S494.5.A65A47-1989. SB123.A3-1986]

Wickens, G.E., N. Haq, and P. Day. 1989. New crops for food and industry. Chapman and Hall, London. [SB91.N48]

Zuang, H. 1991. Agenda for new vegetable species. (Memento nouvelles especes legumieres.) Centre Technique Interprofessionnel des Fruits et Legumes, Paris. [SB320.9.Z82-1991]

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